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Old March 26th, 2011, 01:59   #1
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Age Verification Issue

So, before anybody tears my face off, I've sent a PM to BloodSport, explaining the current situation.

I'm a member of a small group of airsofters who participate in the Sault Ste Marie Area. We do not have anybody in our city (or heck, our region- the closest perhaps Sudbury? Thunder bay?) I'd love to get age verified (as well as get the guys I play with verified as well)

I'd like to re-introduce myself to the community. When I joined, years ago- I was underage. And a bit of a goof- but we're all like that for at least a couple years. I'm not anymore (clearly).

So, I've got a couple of issues- I'd love to have my account name changed(I'm aware of how to do such a thing, and I'm writing a PM as you're probably reading this)- and I'm having issues posting within the other forums.

There's a lot of documentation to go through on this website- so I wasn't sure if it was due to previous issues with myself and conflicts with the moderation staff, or it was due to my newbie or unverified status.
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Old March 26th, 2011, 03:19   #2
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There are areas you can't post in....and can't even see, if you aren't AV'd.

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Old March 30th, 2011, 09:31   #3
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Good stuff. Just sift through the information available and you'll be good to go. As far as AV goes, you still have to do that in person but after that you don't really need to do anything anymore and can just play with your regular group. IMO AV is pretty useful but in no way affects your ability to play elsewhere. So if transport is an issue maybe see if you can get someone to AV you when they're passing through your part of the town or when you're in the area that they work/live in. But remember these people are volunteers after all and schedules may conflict (ie. it took me about 3 weeks of going back and forth to find a day that both I and the person who verified me was available to meet).
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